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2 Fly Pro pilot programme Florida and Spain

Old 16th Feb 2017, 20:53
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2 Fly Pro pilot programme Florida and Spain

Hello,
I would like to have the feedback from current students (2016-17) or old students (2014-15) who have followed the integrated training from 2Fly pro pilot programme process on the following points:

1) Have you find a pilot job ? If yes in wich period ?
2) Do you have statiscs on the employement after this integrated training ?
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Old 28th Mar 2017, 21:26
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Recently been to an information seminar... seems almost too good to be true offering more or less the same as ctc and oaa but for a reduced cost... very interested to hear opinions
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Old 25th Apr 2021, 21:59
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2fly

I am also looking to apply to 2fly. Can any tell me how the experience was?
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Old 12th May 2021, 12:04
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I have heard of students having to pay up front for most or all of the course cost at this school, so I would steer clear of ANY school where you are locked in and can't change your mind, whether Integrated or Modular training. If you can secure stage payments of no more than $10K at a time then you have at least some level of protection.

Most of the recent opinion posted on this forum states quite clearly DO NOT pay large sums up from even if the school is large and gives the impression of being stable...things change!!
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Old 12th May 2021, 18:03
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May I refer you to their funding page which says that you will pay over 65,000 ($91,400) within 16 weeks of enrolling, that is within 3 and a half months of pitching up there. At that point you are very unlikely to have completed your PPL, which costs about $7500, so you have overpaid them at least $84,000, and more to pay next month. From that point on you are entirely at the mercy of the ATO, they own you, and if they went bust you would never get it back. You can expect to have to keep some money in credit at a reputable flight school, but ony $1000 dollars or so. Great marketing, though.

Just think about the numbers. Say 20 students each with $60,000 overpaid against what they have flown (lets be conservative), that's $1.2 million of cash flow. Even if you (the ATO) had nothing in the bank before your course started you are now flush with yankee dollars. What will you spent it on? 40 students... 60 students...
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Old 12th May 2021, 20:00
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seems almost too good to be true
Can there be a bigger danger sign than this?
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